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The Missouri Office of Workforce Development has issued new policy within all Job Centers across the state to help protect staff and customers from spreading COVID-19. Beginning Friday, Nov. 20, all … more
Like many nurses, Connie Roll became a nurse because she wanted to help people. It’s precisely this desire to help that earned her an award for being an extraordinary nurse. Roll, a … more
Nov. 2 Matthew S, Melville and Emily P. Melville to Lilya Gritzan and Vera Gritzan, Country Club Estates, lot 16. Richard L. Nelson and Deanna L. Nelson to Matthew Melville and Emily … more
Windsor livestock auction market report for Nov. 11 Receipts, 2,321 HD; 13% cows. Compared to last week, all classes of steers and heifers sold mostly steady to spots up to $8 higher. Weigh cows … more
Sedalians can now grab a crepe with their coffee at the newly-opened CO Port Coffee & Creperie. Owner Nadia Ostapenko opened the new coffee and crepe trailer on Monday. It is located at 1313 … more
The Missouri Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at State Fair Community College will host a free one-hour webinar for small business owners needing guidance to obtain forgiveness for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans as part of the CARES Act pandemic recovery. more
Windsor livestock auction market report for Nov. 4 Receipts, 1,203 HD; 13% cows. Compared to last week, steers and heifers sold mostly steady to strong. Slaughter cows sold mostly steady. … more
Oct. 26 JLYNN LLC to Brian P. Propheter and Tina M. Propheter, Arlington Heights Addition, block 13. Jacqueline A. Dirck to Eric W. Dirck and Kimberly Ann Haslag, Clay’s Addition, … more
Bothwell Regional Health Center is one of many hospitals across the country affected by the pandemic utilizing federal coronavirus relief aid funding. more
Artwork is expanding at Swords Family Pharmacy with the addition of new jewelry, sculpture, notecards and photos. more
During trying times such as COVID-19, the theme “We All Need a Little Christmas” could bring seasonal cheer to many. A local vintage shop in downtown Sedalia has adopted that theme this season in hopes of relieving a little stress. more
For the second consecutive year, Missouri ranks second in the nation for completed apprenticeships, according to information from the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development. more
Oct. 19 Freedom Mortgage Corporation to Veterans Affairs, Heards Addition lots 17 and 18, block 2. Pioneer Properties LLC to Divine Property Services LLC; Woodlawn, lot 19. Amy Lynn … more
Barbecue chicken wings produced a tempting aroma in downtown Sedalia Saturday night, as 10 teams grilled for a cause. more
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